See How Easily You Can Build Trust By Listening

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Our Top 4 Posts on Trust In The Workplace

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3 Ways to Focus on Organizational Integrity

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3 Phrases that Kill Trust in the Workplace

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A Company that Builds People First and Machines Second

Photo Courtesy: scui3asteveo Bob Chapman is not your typical leader.  Take, for example, the mission of Barry-Wehmiller, the $1.5 billion company where Bob is Chairman and CEO: We build great people who do extraordinary things. You might be confused if someone told you that Barry-Wehmiller builds capital equipment and delivers consulting services, because what Bob will tell[…]

Marissa Mayer Under the Spotlight: What Can Leaders Learn About Trust?

Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo!, was hired to fix a broken organization. She came into the spotlight recently with her decision to remove the option to work from home. This caused a huge uproar – tweets, blog posts and articles spread like the flu within minutes after a copy of the memo was released. Never[…]

What Leaders Can Learn from Failure

“The most valuable lessons I’ve learned is what not to do. Without those experiences, I would not have learned what I learned and bring that to my company. Silicon Valley is littered with failures.” – LinkedIn CEO, Jeff Weiner told David Bryant in this interview You’re probably nodding your head in agreement with Weiner’s statement.[…]

Resource Round-Up: Questions and Conversations

Journalists know the importance of the Five W’s (who, what, when, where, why…and don’t forget how). They understand that the difference between a good or bad question can make or break a story, and potentially their career. As leaders we also need to be intentional about the questions we ask and the conversations we have[…]

Sure, You Can Lead, But Can You follow?

We read, write and talk a lot about the skills and abilities of leaders. In that discussion, it’s easy to forget a critical part of a leader’s success is that first person who is willing to follow. It’s pretty simple: without a follower, there’s no leader. Derek Sivers’ video, “First Follower: Leadership Lessons from Dancing[…]